An Ariel Atom and a snowmobile line up side-by-side with a long, straight strip of roadway ahead. In an elemental move that would seemingly bend the contest's favor in the direction of the snowmobile, these machines are racing on a strip of ice.
Porsche introduces a special edition simply called "Edition" for the two entry-level Panamera models, adding subtle styling tweaks, an upgraded cabin, and more standard features for a touch more money.
The Bloodhound SSC is still preparing to reach 1,000 miles per hour. To make sure the vehicle is safe, the team shoots a hunk of metal at 2,300 miles per hour into its ballistic safety panel to see what happens.
Bodie Stroud showers some resto-mod love on the 1956 Ford F-100 pickup, turning it into the BSI X-100. Except for the vintage body, almost everything else is custom-built or custom-fitted, from the steel chassis and independent front suspension to the tubbed bed and Ford F-150 King Ranch gauges. It's not cheap, though...
Deltawing Technology Group announces it is developing a two-seat GT-class race car, alongside two- and four-door street-legal passenger cars. According to modeling carried out by Meszler Engineering Services, a DeltaWing road car would return 57 miles per gallon combined when powered by a 138-horsepower, four-cylinder engine.
From the Peak of Mt Washtington to the Outer Ring of the Arctic Circle, These Are Our Favorite Snow-Covered Moments of The List
Take a look back at some of the most wondrous winter driving moments in the history of The List. Watch Jessi and Patrick as they brave the cold to conquer various icy challenges, including climbing Mount Washington, driving a Pro-2 truck, and venturing to the arctic circle.
Looking at the McLaren P1 GTR sitting still on a show stand is all well and fine, but what we really want to know is what it's like to actually drive the thing like it's meant to be driven. Fortunately that's just what we're looking at in this latest video from Autocar.
The odyssey to get the massive RV from the Jurassic Park sequel The Lost World continues in the latest three parts of the ongoing series. The beast is finally able to move on its own again, but can the decrepit vehicle really survive on the road?
Jessi And Patrick Take To The Snow-Covered Hills In A Four Track Van
Mount Washington is the highest peak of the Presidential Range at 6,288 feet, making it a daring hill climb for any driver. But there is no more dangerous time to visit than in the dead of winter. Once the Auto Road ices over, the only way to make the treacherous trek is in a four-track vehicle.
Join hosts Jessi and Patrick as they check "climb Mount Washington" off of their list!
Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is set to reveal this custom Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Lusso at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but before it does, the first images have found their way online ahead of schedule.